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12:43

Opinion

The importance of trees

PETER HARRISON

...largely replaced. If the recent high winds have blown down one of your trees, do the world a favour and replace it now. The early spring is a good time for replanting trees as the sap is still there.

12:44

Opinion

Restaurant indicators

ANDREW J. LINN

favour of the three-course lunch for €25, no problem. If the host suggests the guest choose the wine, without any indication regarding quality or price, look around hopefully for the sommelier or head waiter. The key phrase, as the host pretends not to

12:53

Local

Junta rules in favour of Benalmádena in El Higuerón land grab dispute

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The biggest land dispute on the Costa del Sol rumbles on. The regional ministry for Local Administration has ratified a previous ruling which means that Benalmádena is due back some 74,000 square metres in the El Higuerón area which were incorporated

13:24

Opinion

Sex or sherry?

ANDREW J. LINN

...selecting later from whichever wine store we favour. Champagne kicked off badly. With few things to celebrate it has been hard to find an excuse for opening a bottle, but the more the lockdown continued the more champagne sales have gone from the doldrums

12:21

Local

Video | Mask rule flouter bites a mounted police officer in Marbella

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS

...in the area filmed the unfolding scene with her mobile phone. "I think he does not want to put the mask on, he is saying that the pandemic is not true. I am filming because I am in favour of the police," says the woman. During the struggle the

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

...consequence. So, just to be clear then, rather than expressing gratitude for all the times he had brought a ball to school, a good number of boys decided that they'd ostracise the poor sap for the heinous crime of withdrawing the favour. It was much the same

11:33

National

Minimum income approved with no MPs voting against

MARÍA EUGENIA ALONSO

The government secured the almost unanimous backing in Congreso on Wednesday for its flagship welfare policy reform. All the opposition voted in favour of the new minimum living income, except hard-right Vox, whose MPs abstained. The new

19:27

LifeStyle

How much is genetic?

YOLANDA VEIGA

...thinking it is normal to eat sweet things so you will be more likely to have tooth decay, not just because your parents do but because you have 'inherited' habits which favour them, in this case a taste for sugar. The same applies to dental hygiene. In

18:07

Opinion

The emotion of Brexit

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

...most in favour of taking advantage of the opportunities offered by financial globalisation, with an admirable vision of a nation State anchored by its parliamentary democracy and rule of law. If it hadn't been for two serious crises, affecting the

10:55

Opinion

A day of two halves

Mark Nayler

...used to support two differing (although not mutually incompatible) arguments: either that the number of Catalans in favour of Catalonia splitting from the rest of Spain is falling rapidly; or alternatively, that there is still strong support for a ... Carles Puigdemont, held an illegal independence referendum, which saw 92% of a 43% turnout vote in favour of splitting from Spain. The aftermath was sad and shambolic, as Mariano Rajoy's government imposed centralised control of the region and leading ... this July revealed that 48.3% of Catalans oppose independence, while 44% are in favour. Yet equally unavoidable is the conclusion that, despite the independence movement's recent setbacks and diminished support, there is a strong base in favour of

09:37

Sport

Red card condemns Marbella to yet another goalless draw

Julio Rodríguez

...clash with opposition keeper Guille Vallejo. While it seemed obvious that the referee would give the decision in favour of Marbella, red was eventually produced for Planas on the insistence of the linesman. Algeciras smelled blood in the second half

10:23

National

Long-term rental law changed to favour tenants over owners

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

As part of a promised tightening of national rental laws when it came to power, the PSOE government has updated property letting legislation in response to a big increase in rental prices in Spain recently. The main change announced is to the minim

15:35

National

Spain's MPs approve rules which will regulate euthanasia and could be law by March

SUR

Spain is close to becoming only the sixth country in the world with a law regulating euthanasia. MPs in Congreso voted overwhelmingly in favour last week and the planned legislation now only needs to go the Senado, the upper house, for approval. ... The vote was 198 in favour and 138 against. Parties on the left and liberals voted in favour, as well as the Basque and Catalan nationalists. Against were the conservative PP, the right-leaning UPN (Navarre regional party) and hard-right Vox. If the ... polls showed 85 per cent of people in Spain are in favour of an assisted-death law. “Nobody can force other people’s lives to be extended,” she argued. As people both for and against the new law gathered outside Congreso and in other cities of Spain to

14:52

Local

Malaga politicians favour limiting tourist flats to avoid saturation

SUR

...neighbourhoods is destroying communities. Now councillors from left-wing parties and the centrist Ciudadanos party have come out in favour of adopting restrictions in Malaga, where the city has recently begun to experience the same problem, as more homes are

17:00

LifeStyle

Benefit concert in favour of orphans in Rajasthan, India

GABRIELA BERNER

More than 40 guests enjoyed a wonderful benefit concert offered by well-known singer and guitarist Alicia Fajardo at the beach restaurant Ra-Ma in Marbesa last Saturday. It was organised by Dr Jovanka Manojlovic, the head of Diksha España, and other

16:57

Local

Cabinet approval given to Sierra de las Nieves National Park bid

IGNACIO LILLO

...ratification. No unpleasant surprises are expected from that vote: the two main parties (PP and PSOE) have already said they are in favour of it. What will it mean for the villages of the Sierra de las Nieves to be within a National Park? Once the process

15:23

Opinion

Into the fire

Mark Nayler

...approach to dealing with Catalonia's "independistas" - some of whom are also in favour of compromise-based tactics - will bear more fruit than the belligerence of ex-prime minister Mariano Rajoy, who sent the troops in on 2017's turbulent referendum day.

14:10

Local

Initial green light given to shopping centre extension

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Vélez-Málaga town hall has given the initial go ahead to a 4,680 square metre extension to the town's El Ingenio shopping centre. All but one of the political parties represented in the council voted in favour, with Andalucía por Sí abstaining. ... Opposition spokesperson, Francisco Delgado, said that while he voted in favour of the extension, the town hall "must not turn its back on local commerce". He called for plans to be put in place to support local businesses. His words were echoed by deputy

14:00

Local

City hall supports the plan for a green belt around the Bay of Malaga

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

The idea of a green belt around Malaga, with reforested hillsides, is not new. It is something that environmental groups, local residents and political parties have been calling for in recent years and 20 years ago it was also part of a plan to prote

22:05

Local

Andalusian Supreme Court rules in favour of 'Las Kellys'

Pilar Martínez

The Andalusian Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the so-called 'Las Kellys' (a collective made up of hotel cleaning staff), obliging the hotel sector to apply the 'convenio' (collective workers' agreement) for the hotel sector to staff carrying

12:37

LifeStyle

22 January 1972: ETA releases abducted tycoon Lorenzo Zabala

Tony Bryant

...entrepreneurship deeply rooted in Eibar, Zabala was the first businessman to be kidnapped by the Basque terrorist organisation. In September 1970, ETA's official line moved in favour of a workers' front policy which stressed the importance of finding democratic

10:26

Local

Government favours overground route for railway line to Marbella

Ignacio Lillo

The minister for Public Works used his visit to Malaga to update on progress on a variety of projects planned on the Costa del Sol. On the subject of the long-talked-about extension to the coastal railway line from Fuengirola to Marbella and Estepo

18:46

Sport

Marbella hit rock bottom with home defeat

Julio Rodríguez

Aira had already made three substitutions but nothing seemed to work in Marbella's favour. With Marbella now sitting seventh (out of ten) in the table, the coach's future hangs firmly in the balance.

14:33

National

Juan Carlos steps out of the limelight

JAVIER GUILLENEA

On 2 June 2014 King Juan Carlos I of Spain announced that he would be abdicating in favour of his son, who is now King Felipe VI. Almost exactly five years on, he has just made a further announcement: he is retiring from public life altogether.